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How can I vote if I have Special Needs?

All voting locations are accessible to disabled persons. If you are unable to enter the building where you are to vote*, you may park outside of the voting place during voting hours and an election official will bring the ballot to your vehicle. Look for a specially designated curbside voter parking space. A curbside bell will be installed in the curbside parking space, alerting workers inside that a curbside voter has arrived. An election worker should arrive at the parked car within a few minutes. If this doesn't happen, simply send someone in to notify an election official or call the phone number on the curbside sign.

*"G.S. 163-155. Aged and disabled persons allowed to vote outside voting enclosure. In any primary or election any qualified voter who is able to travel to the voting place, but because of age, or physical disability and physical barriers encountered at the voting place is unable to enter the voting place or enclosure to vote in person without physical assistance, shall be allowed to vote either in the vehicle conveying such person to the voting place or in the immediate proximity of the voting place. . ."